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Grace Bible Church


Church Review
Scriptural View: 5/5
Beliefs: 4/5
Community: 3/5

Website Review
Site Usabilility: 4/5
Site Design: 2/5
Site Content: 2/5

Summary: Grace Bible Church is a solid Bible teaching church. They are from the reformed baptist persuasion. They list their beliefs as well as their churches Constitution, By-Laws and Statement of Faith. Anyone interested can learn exactly what this church believes and how this is administered at their local church. I am glad to see a church so willing to share openly what they believe.

The website is from another era. It uses frames and is very simple, which makes it easy to navigate but there is not that much to see. Without knowing it you switch from html to pdf documents. They also have pictures mostly dating to 2001. All this being said, the church looks like a great place to be taught the things of the Lord. The sermons seem full of meat which would grow all believers.

Grace Bible Church is a sound Biblical church even if they aren’t net savvy.

5 Responses to “Grace Bible Church”

  1. Catholic Man Says:

    Where do Protestants get the idea that SOla Scriptura is right? It is not in the Bible. You criticize our Traditions when you have your own tradition of thinking that the Bible is the only source.
    Best regards

  2. JoeBruin88 Says:

    Catholic Man:

    Through simple research on the Internet you can find the answer to your own question. I found the following at

    Additionally, the verses provided refute your argument of “It is not in the Bible.”

    6. What arguments do the Scriptures themselves afford in favor of the doctrine that they are the only infallible rule of faith?

    1st. The Scriptures always speak in the name of God, and command faith and obedience.

    2nd. Christ and his apostles always refer to the written Scriptures, then existing, as authority, and to no other rule of faith whatsoever.–Luke 16:29; 10:26; John 5:39; Rom. 4:3;2 Tim. 3:15.

    3rd. The Bereans are commended for bringing all questions, even apostolic teaching, to this test.–Acts 17:11; see also Isa. 8:16.

    4th. Christ rebukes the Pharisees for adding to and perverting the Scriptures.–Matt. 15:7-9; Mark 7:5-8; see also Rev. 22:18, 19, and Deut. 4:2; 12:32; Josh. 1:7.

    Your second statement about “traditions” is faulty. You are comparing traditions and bible incorrectly. Traditions are not “thinking”. Perhaps what you meant to say is: “You criticize our beliefs/thinking about traditions when you have your own beliefs/thinking about the Bible as the only source.”

    Who inspired tradition? Man
    Who inspired the Bible? God
    Based on those answers, who has the greater authority?

  3. AC Says:

    I have to agree in a much shorter version. Thinking that Scripture is the only source may be a tradition, but it is a proven tradition. You must look back at the history of the church to see how tradition has ruled the church. You see so many things that are carried on because they have been for a while and we see that this is not right. The Bible is the only source because there is no other thing so high. Human experience can never reach the point that the Bible has. God has a much higher understanding than we do, so we must realize that Scripture is infallible and what we do on this earth is definitely fallible.

  4. Gary Young Says:

    Jesus said, “Ye make the word of God of none effect by your tradition.” Exactly where do you Catholics get off spurning God’s Word by their tradition. “Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of God.” Scriptural ignorance in spiritual death; regardles of the length of anyone’s tradition. I believe that was the only time Jesus used the word tradition……….hmmmmmmm.

  5. Ryan Wentzel Says:


    Grace Bible Church has recently put in place a whole new redesign and backend to our website. I think the change is significant enough to warrant a new review.


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